How can a substitute teacher earn requests from teachers/schools?
I am currently a substitute teacher for a district and don't understand how the politics work. I mean, I complete everything according to sub plans. I am friendly and smile and stuff. I even help students with assignments. What gives? I would like a steady gig with a particular school instead of fighting for jobs every week. How can I earn more requests from secretaries?
Asked By: Retro Rocker - 3/24/2009
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When I subbed, it was the teachers who requested subs and not the administration. Even if that isn't the case if the teachers like you then they will pass the word on to the secretaries... More
Answered By: ansn - 3/24/2009
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The main thing is to be able to keep the students under control, so that teachers around you don't tell the teacher you subbed for that her students were horrible while she was away. The last thing a teacher wants to find when she returns from an absence is the room in disarray. Make sure you put everything back... More
Answered By: teala - 3/24/2009
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